We were on the track a little after 10.00 and across the valley we could see Thor Head
"Through the Blue Mountains they follow particular pathways which are determined by topography and vegetation. As they come up the deep valleys such as the Jamison, they reach the cliffline and are funnelled into the major gullies where there's a break in the cliff and it's a bit easier to move up onto the plateau."
From here on the creek can only be explored with canyoning gear, and we stared enviously down at the point where someone has left an anchor for abseiling
We returned by the same track to the watershed between Dalpurra and Jinki Creeks (Mount Wilson 496859), just before the track ascends a small cliff line via a water-smoothed rock slope. Here, at around 12.00, we headed south west aiming to pick our way diagonally down the slope to the track to the old coal mine in Jinki Gully but without getting into the impassable vegetation in the bottom of the gully. For the first bit of this we followed a smooth, rocky watercourse
This gives the cascade down to the creek a dramatic appearance